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Рассылка новостей

Дорогие друзья!

На главной странице нашего проекта появилась новая функция, которая называется "Ваше членство". Эта кнопка находится на правой панели в шапке проекта. В ней вы можете отказаться от получения новостной рассылки нашего проекта, если сообщения журнала вас раздражают. Это действие не видно администраторам проектов, что позволит оставить ваше решение в тайне.
Надеемся, что эта функция сделает ваше пребывание на iNaturalist и в проекте "Флора России" более комфортным.

Алексей

Publicado em 31 de outubro de 2020, 03:01 MANHÃ por apseregin apseregin | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário
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Surprise Sparrow

Today was a busy day at work so I took an hour after to unwind in the backyard. As the bushtits flew between the feeders and various yards like the piranhas of the sky and the Anna's Hummingbird continued expressing its general discontent with the existence of all other living beings, I casually snapped photos of anything that moved without paying particular attention.

As I downloaded the day's photo log, I realized the sparrow I shrugged off was a little golden surprise. A Golden-crowned sparrow had sneaked it's way into the usual crowd. That will teach me to pay attention a bit better!

Publicado em 31 de outubro de 2020, 01:56 MANHÃ por coffeeandcanopies coffeeandcanopies | 19 observações | 1 comentário | Deixar um comentário
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NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY GROUP

Come photograph nature & wildlife with us!
https://www.meetup.com/naturephotographydcmdva/

Publicado em 31 de outubro de 2020, 01:44 MANHÃ por wildphotosdmv wildphotosdmv | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário
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iNaturalist webinar, from CFW

Discovering Nature: there’s an app for that!

https://ottawa.ca/en/living-ottawa/environment/wildlife/wildlife-speaker-series#discovering-nature-theres-app

Nature is all around us – throughout the city, in our greenspaces and in our backyards. Many Ottawa residents have been exploring their local natural areas and greenspaces this year and getting to know some of their wild neighbours. Camera phones and online resources such as iNaturalist.ca enable residents to record, identify and learn more about the things they see. iNaturalist allows residents to contribute to conservation by compiling millions of observations across Canada and around the world. Researchers and naturalists can access this data to examine trends in wildlife sightings and occurrences. The information is useful for species at risk recovery and environmental impact assessment. Our speaker, James Pagé from the Canadian Wildlife Federation, will address how iNaturalist is helping people reconnect with nature, new Canadian discoveries, and whether nature has rebounded in a time of shutdowns and decreased human activity.

Join us online for this Zoom Meeting Thursday, November 19, 2020 at 7:00 pm.

For more information: Wildlife Speaker Series
https://ottawa.ca/en/living-ottawa/environment/wildlife/wildlife-speaker-series#discovering-nature-theres-app

Learn more about iNaturalist Canada here and check out the videos that walk you through what it’s all about!

Publicado em 31 de outubro de 2020, 12:42 MANHÃ por denisag2 denisag2 | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário
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Please make observations for the bioblitz at Earvin "Magic" Johnson Park

Greetings! The County of Los Angeles, Parks & Recreation Department is proud to host a bioblitz event at the newly renovated Earvin "Magic" Johnson Park. https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/earvin-magic-johnson-park-bioblitz

Please help us make 1,000 observations of plants, animals, fungi, and algae in this park between November 1 and December 31, 2020.

Our hope is that by creating a baseline of observations we can track the level of biodiversity over time, particularly in regards to the new improvements made to the park.

If you have questions please contact Richard Smart, Regional Park Superintendent, County of Los Angeles, Parks & Recreation Department. rsmart@parks.lacounty.gov or @smartrf on iNaturalist.

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Publicado em 30 de outubro de 2020, 11:25 TARDE por lacountyparks lacountyparks | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário
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A salamander vanishes.

Disappearance of a species forecasts a desert-like future for the Central Coast.

https://voicesofmontereybay.org/2020/10/30/a-salamander-vanishes/

Publicado em 30 de outubro de 2020, 11:01 TARDE por biohexx1 biohexx1 | 3 comentários | Deixar um comentário
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ATSP in GNP

This Tree Sparrow was eating grass seeds, and being very cute.

Publicado em 30 de outubro de 2020, 10:38 TARDE por mtroots mtroots | 1 observação | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário
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+110 mil observaciones en Chile

iNaturalist Chile" ya llego a las 110 mil observaciones.

Felicitaciones a todos los Naturalistas que están muy activos cargando información, a pesar de la pandemia.

Recuerden que en estos tiempos de pandemia y cuarentena deben extremar los cuidados y protegerse adecuadamente.

Saludos

Publicado em 30 de outubro de 2020, 09:46 TARDE por lartundo lartundo | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário
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Western Winter Hummingbird Report #2 for the 2020-2021 Season

If you'd like to read the full report compiled by Dr. Erik Johnson, it's available on the LABIRD email group here.

Here's a short synopsis. So far this season is off to a promising start. Erik has recieved 135 reports total, including many birds from new sites. Most are just sticking around for a few days, but we ought to start seeing them settle in for winter soon.

Report by species:

Black-chinned Hummingbird

3 reports
3 parishes
3 sites

Buff-bellied Hummingbird

5 reports
5 parishes
5 sites

Calliope Hummingbird

4 reports
3 parishes
4 sites

Selasphorus Rufous/Allen's

123 reports
26 parishes
78 sites

--Identified Rufous

33 reports
13 parishes
25 sites

--Identified Allen's

1 report
1 parish
1 site

As always, please report your observations to Dr. Erik Johnson at Erik.Johnson AT audubon.org with the following information:

  • Your name
  • Your city/town
  • First observed (FO) date (or, if discovered while banding or marking other birds, the date it was observed)
  • Species - please send photos, if available, for confirmation
  • Age (Adult, immature, unknown)
  • Sex (Male, female, unknown)
  • Whether banded, when and by whom
    If additional information is learned through further observation or banding, please report those updates and I'll make the changes. Also, please report the last observed (LO) date, if possible, when the bird leaves. This you can do more easily when the hummer has been banded and marked.
    Observations of Ruby-throated Hummingbirds are requested if you see the bird after November 15.

Publicado em 30 de outubro de 2020, 07:47 TARDE por ilouque ilouque | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário
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Nature Journal #5 Thursday, October 29th, 2020

Today is the 5th input into my journal and it is Thursday the 29th of October.

I went out today into my back yard for a change. I heard the occasional dog barking at me. I saw the typical stray cat. I saw the ants building an anthill in the yard, like always. Their dedication to building this giant abode with their labor was a great observation. I did in fact see a roadrunner I could assume. It was in the neighbor's yard and when I got closer it did some parkour or something to that degree and left. He ran up the wall for about 3 and a half seconds and then ran onto the metal roof covering the neighbor's car. He had a greyish brownish hue and long feathers. About as long as my hand. That is all I saw today.

Publicado em 30 de outubro de 2020, 07:36 TARDE por aaronbruh aaronbruh | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário
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Journal Post

Welcome the PCHS Bioblitz!

What's a Bioblitz? Its an opportunity for a group of people to observe, study, and record the biodiversity of their local ecosystems using iNaturalist. The purpose of this Bioblitz is to do so for the area around Pulaski County High School and the surrounding county.

We will explore the land around the school during class time over the next month. You should feel free to explore around your home and neighborhood as well. Just use your phone to snap pictures of the local plants and animals in our bioregion.

As you explore just remember three rules for using iNaturalist:

  1. Do not take pictures of people, especially any pictures that include people's faces. This is a violation of their privacy and is useless for iNaturalist.
  2. Only take pictures of wild plants and animals. Do not take pictures of potted plants or gardens. This means no pictures of your dog or cat. iNaturalist exists to study the biodiversity of ecosystems around the world, not to document someone's success as a gardener!
  3. Do not take pictures of landscapes or nonliving objects such as water, rocks, or buildings. Again iNaturalist exists to study and record observations about the biodiversity of a region. 'Bio' means life and rocks aren't alive so don't take pictures of them!

Publicado em 30 de outubro de 2020, 07:36 TARDE por kamose kamose
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CitSci Plant Walk

We had a great day of botanizing at Keyhole Sink with several project members from Hopi! We saw Rosa woodsii, Thalictrum fenderli, Artemisia caruthii, and Antennaria parvifolia among other plants!

If you'd like photo updates, like our Facebook page:
https://www.facebook.com/TNBRC.Arizona/

Take care & have fun iNaturalisting!!!

Publicado em 30 de outubro de 2020, 06:54 TARDE por azscurfpea azscurfpea | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário
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10/30 Observation of the Week!

Victoria Pedrosa spotted this British solider lichen (Cladonia cristatella) while on a hike over the weekend. It is a beautiful photo, amazing organism, and is only the 35th observation of this species in the state of Washington. Thanks for sharing your observations with us and the rest of world, Victoria!

Now for some nerdy nature notes on lichens...

Lichens are the result of a symbiotic relationship between fungus and algae. They both work together closely in order to produce the lichen. The fungus provides the physical structure, while the algae contributes the nutrients (through photosynthesis). These nutrients are taken up by the fungus in order for the lichen to grow and expand.

There are three main forms, or structures, of lichens.

Foliose: We can think of these as "leafy." They'll often lie mostly flat against their substrate and grow outward from a central point.

Fruticose: These lichens grow in 3D structures, sometimes branching intricately, or hanging down from branches.

Crustose: They cling very tightly to their substrate (growing surface), and cannot be picked or peeled off.

Publicado em 30 de outubro de 2020, 06:27 TARDE por rholmes925 rholmes925 | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário
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Sonoran Spiny-tailed Iguana (Ctenosaura macrolopha)

Description: The species I'm observing is a reptile. I notice that it has black dots on it's body and front hand/legs. I notice the colors of it's skin is mostly brown shades which can help blend in with its environment. It also has dark brown stripes on the top of it's body. I notice that around its eye it's a tan color and its eye itself is brown. I wonder why its climbing in the tree. It has 4 legs/hands and 2 eyes. I notice that it's tail is long and it has spikes on it. The shape of the head is rounded like a snakes head. I wonder what it eats. I wonder why there are black dots on it's skin. This reptile reminds me of soil because of the brown colors it has on its skin. The picture of the animal was taken at 2:12 PM.

Publicado em 30 de outubro de 2020, 06:00 TARDE por dshosie11 dshosie11 | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário
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Смена лидеров

Курский район вышел на первое место по количеству видов.
Поздравляем курян и приезжих наблюдателей.

Курский район - 2902
Железногорский район - 2898

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Publicado em 30 de outubro de 2020, 05:12 TARDE por dni_catipo dni_catipo | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário
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Species B – Scavenger Hunt Challenge

Post an image of this bird species: California Scrub Jay (Aphelocoma californica)

Publicado em 30 de outubro de 2020, 03:47 TARDE por biodiversitydays biodiversitydays
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2nd Species - Birds

For those that figured it out, "Wildlife B" is a bird. Did you know there are about 10,000 species of birds, worldwide? I bet you've heard of the largest bird in the world - the ostrich. Although all birds have feathers, some don't fly. Other than the ostrich, can you name one? Hint: Some of these live in Antarctica.

Publicado em 30 de outubro de 2020, 03:43 TARDE por biodiversitydays biodiversitydays | 1 comentário | Deixar um comentário
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It's a Dirty Job, but Kiwis Need to Do It!

The idea of photographing a death scene may seem a bit gruesome to many, but recording the impacts of roads on wildlife is essential. From farm roads to multi-lane highways, thousands of New Zealand's animals are killed each year, but there are too few records of where it happens and which species are affected to understand the scale of the toll. Like many other countries that have partnered their roadkill databases with iNaturalist, together we can observe and record dead native and non-native species to better understand the affects roads have on New Zealand's precious ecosystems. This information can show which species are most at-risk, which areas are "red-zones" and "black spots" for high rates of roadkill, and over time, this data can show declines of native species or spread of new invasive species. Ultimately, this accumulated data - and your contributions - can be used to mitigate future mortality, identify areas for reduced speeds, construction of migration underpasses & protective barriers, and habitat restoration. To get the best data, you need to record your roadkill observation as best as possible:

1) Don't Become Roadkill: roadways are dangerous places, so make sure you stop in safe areas well off the road, and use caution when entering any road. If the area is too dangerous, it's always better to loose a record than to loose your life.

2) Good Shots Matter: Try to get photographs that clearly show the animal. If you can see the sex or the age, please record that too. If your specimen seems to be mangled beyond recognition, there are always a few visible characters that can still identify it. Even if you don't know what it may be, there are experts in the iNaturalist community that usually can identify it. Always make sure to tag your observations with Roadkill New Zealand in the "Projects" field.

3) Record Your Data: a photograph or two of your subject is great, but additional data makes your observation much more valuable. Please describe the type of road (eg: asphalt/tarmac, gravel, mettle, dirt), if it is a private or public road, the number of lanes, the posted maximum speed, the type of adjacent habitat, the weather conditions, and whatever seems relevant at the time. Make sure you add that information to the "comments" section.

4) Have fun! As unpleasant as this may be, it is still an important way to collect scientific data and connect with nature. Roadkill New Zealand can be part of your next road trip or vacation, a nature program with the kids, a classroom lesson plan and field project, or part of a birdwatching trip. You can record observations during your daily drive to work, or even make weekly roadkill surveys in your own area.

Remember the data you collect today will guide conservation decisions tomorrow!
Kia Ora

  • Douglas

Publicado em 30 de outubro de 2020, 03:11 TARDE por douglasriverside douglasriverside | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário
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Introduction

Welcome! Do you live in Virginia? Do you visit often? Either way, you can take part in this bioblitz! The Virginia Bioblitz is a project where naturalists can post observations that were seen in Virginia. The ID limits are "Needs ID" and "Research Grade". The species are unlimited. Anything from plants to animals, from birds to mammals, the amount of wildlife that you can observe is endless. Good luck!

Publicado em 30 de outubro de 2020, 01:43 TARDE por imladris imladris | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário
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Видовое богатство пополнилось

У нас 4300 видов и более 77 тысяч наблюдений! Есть новые находки для региона!
Поздравляем всех исследователей живого мира Курской области! Новых находок и уникальных моментов соприкосновения с дикой природой родного края.

@dni_catipo

@rovzap

@ikskyrskobl

@ev_sklyar

@lex_deineko
@yriysokolov73
@tatyaya
@zibzap
@pvk
@michail_anurev03
@alakey
@alex_pol_64
@nomen_dubium
@cuprum
@naturalist26685
@andrewbazdyrev
@ivanovdg19
@elenalitoshenko
@arepieva
@olga020302
@eleno4ka
@shure-61
@art_mal
@margory
@okasana
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@anna_grus
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@naturalist13056
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@stepan_zko
@anastasia_frizen
@epopov
@lesaluga
@sergei999
@sleepysugar
@vikula_bludov
@lornel
@mooie_glans
@baipidi
@aiserg
@ankhen
@entomokot
@alina_klu
@alexandrakupkina
@arinagolovenko
@elfikichka
@elizaveta_ch
@lerka
@lyudaan02
@marina0117
@naturalist16818
@selivanova_e_m
@naturalist13869
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@marya2001
@igor_voinov
@naturalist28432
@t-kuznecova
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@allegator
@naturalist6383
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@ninjago
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@innagal
@nekomata9
@vladapo
@ironnie
@naturalist43202
@lillian0712
@axeb
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@ylia_hobotkina
@yavorskayas
@naturalist21399
@valeria_v_a
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@merlu
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Publicado em 30 de outubro de 2020, 10:04 MANHÃ por dni_catipo dni_catipo | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário
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Первая статистика

Проект создан 30 октября 2020 года.
Статистика на момент создания:
3136 наблюдений
503 подтверждённых вида
232 эксперта
10 наблюдателей

Статистика наблюдателей:

Место Наблюдатель Наблюдений Видов
1 @dni_catipo 2 854 340
2 @sokolkov2002 150 66
3 @alopecurus 45 37
4 @acanthisflammea 27 25
5 @serguei_ponomarenko 27 18
6 @ankhen 22 16
7 @rovzap 7 7
8 @scapiculata 2 1
9 @ivan_savinov 1 1
10 @saganss_kaganov 1 1

Уважаемые наблюдатели, присоединяйтесь к проекту!
Для таблицы применён конвертер из проекта Флора России.

PS Непонятно, как вставлять табличку из конвертера и сохранять нормальное форматирование остального текста
Upd Спасибо Константину kildor за разъяснение с конвертером.

Publicado em 30 de outubro de 2020, 09:13 MANHÃ por ankhen ankhen | 2 comentários | Deixar um comentário
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Помощь во вводе простых данных для Цифрового гербария МГУ: итоги 1-го этапа

Дорогие друзья!

Три дня назад мы попросили о помощи во вводе данных для Цифрового гербария МГУ (https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/flora-of-russia/journal/43317-nuzhna-pomosch-soobschestva-vo-vvode-prostyh-dannyh-dlya-tsifrovogo-gerbariya-mgu). Огромное спасибо за фантастический отклик! Это было очень неожиданно в будние дни.

Отозвалось сразу 12 человек. В работе было 7500 образцов из фондов Гербария МГУ (по Сибири и Дальнему Востоку). Общими усилиями нашими волонтёрами были введены географические индексы для 5763 образцов. Поскольку многие добровольцы оказались знакомы с ботанической латынью (и не делают в ней ошибок), то для 2500 образцов были проиндексированы названия.

Ещё три файла по 500 образцов (географические индексы) и пять файлов по 500 образцов (с названиями) пока находятся в работе. Если вы чувствуете себя уверенно в латинских названиях, то для их ввода ещё есть несколько файлов-заданий.

Когда мы введем названия видов и географические индексы, весь отсканированный материал будет пересортирован для дальнейшего удобного ввода других данных - даты сбора, коллектора и географических координат с этикеток.

Если вы готовы помочь, то пишите, пожалуйста, на почту botanik.seregin@gmail.com, потому что здесь нельзя прикреплять файлы.

Цифровой гербарий МГУ: https://plant.depo.msu.ru/
Лайт-версия: https://plant.depo.msu.ru/open/
Наш массив в GBIF: https://www.gbif.org/dataset/902c8fe7-8f38-45b0-854e-c324fed36303

Publicado em 30 de outubro de 2020, 07:32 MANHÃ por apseregin apseregin | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário
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Переделан список таксонов

Список таксонов сделан максимально широкоохватным.

Publicado em 30 de outubro de 2020, 06:18 MANHÃ por dmitryshtol dmitryshtol | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário
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Casual Backyard Bird Day

Although nothing rare stopped by, it was nice to take a break from work to peak out the various windows at all the birds and squirrels busily moving around. To paint a mental picture for you, imagine my face pressed against the glass as I just watched longingly, pretending I was out hiking.

I could not believe the variety of species that visited within 15 mins. I decided to start keeping my camera next to the door and potentially annoy hardcore birders by photographing and documenting visitors. Helps keep the forehead smudge from the window too! :)

In addition to those photographed, we observed several California Scrub-Jays, our "resident" Anna's Hummingbird, dorky crows, bushtits, Eurasian collared-doves and of course all the squirrels. It is nice to have the feeders back up.

Hopefully next week I can keep up this small daily track of the feeders and surrounding areas without creeping out my neighbors with the camera too much.

Publicado em 30 de outubro de 2020, 04:33 MANHÃ por coffeeandcanopies coffeeandcanopies | 11 observações | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário
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Excited for Saturday!

Hi all,

Our primary goal is to document the size, location, placement, and number of ribbed mussels along the canal, although we'll add other observations as we work, as well. We'll aim to survey the wooden bulkheads on the north edge of the 6th St turning basin, with additional observations along the Salt Lot bulkheads, as time permits. 

Gary went out and marked out the level of mean high tide this week (hopefully rain hasn't disturbed his handiwork too much!), and will be providing measuring tools for each boat. We'll do a walk through of the method when we get to the site, so we can be as consistent as possible. 

Publicado em 30 de outubro de 2020, 03:55 MANHÃ por celestelecompte celestelecompte
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Too much rain during sparrow migrations . . .

Need sunnier days soon.

Publicado em 30 de outubro de 2020, 02:50 MANHÃ por mikesites mikesites | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário
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rattle snake

october 29th 2020
Description: the animal i am gonna be describing is a snake. The body of the snake is kinda like a circle but the bottom is flat and the colors of the snake is brown or light brown and it has dimonds on the back of it which are dark brown and the rest of the body is mostly light brown. it lives in the sonoran desert and its a warm blooded animal and they eat other prey and they will go into holes that are already in the ground and kill the animal in it. it has 2 eyes and 1 tail and at the end of the tail there is a rattle and the rattle is used to warn people to stay away its a warning and the slither around and the are camouflage. It has 2 fangs and thats how the venom goes in to the body that is being attacked or animal.

Publicado em 30 de outubro de 2020, 02:30 MANHÃ por nrgisaiahwestrope nrgisaiahwestrope | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário
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New book- Dragonflies and Damselflies of the Gold Coast

We have a new book on the way in December 2020, Dragonflies and Damselflies of the Gold Coast (108 pages) (self published) highlighting the 85 confirmed species and 20 odd species recorded within 100 km of the GC and potentially present (provided suitable habitat is present within the City). This brings together our observations gathered since the late 1980's in addition to iNaturalist, ALA, QM records etc.

Will be on sale for $15 plus postage and packaging.

Publicado em 30 de outubro de 2020, 01:50 MANHÃ por damiannarelleddwfauna damiannarelleddwfauna | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário
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first day at our new house!

Publicado em 30 de outubro de 2020, 01:33 MANHÃ por torgos23 torgos23 | 55 observações | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário
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